Cherryl Hunt was a PhD molecular biologist before completing a masters in theology, focusing on biblical studies, and then working on a three year AHRC funded project in Theology concerning the ‘Uses of the Bible in Environmental Ethics’  She went on to complete a Bible Society-supported PhD in Theology,  examining how ordinary modern Christians might be enabled to better engage with their ancient scriptures She is currently an honorary research fellow in Theology at Exeter University and works for South West Ministry Training Course as Academic Registrar and associate tutor in New Testament and related topics.   

Her other interests include Christian reflection on bioethics and these have led to her speaking, on topics such as environmental care, the status of the early embryo and human enhancement, for organizations such as Christians in Science, The Faraday Institute and other programmes seeking to make these topics accessible to church-goers, sixth-formers and medical students as well as the general public.  

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